Message Number: FHL12584 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "Joan"
Date: 2010-12-10 21:54:26 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Vascular insulinoma

--- In, "suedvm96" <suedvm96@...> wrote:
> This sounds like it could have been a small intestinal adenocarcinoma that weaked the tissue cause a rupture, a bleed and peritonitis. In humans these have been found to be secondary to long term chronic undiagnosed heliobactor infections and there is suspicion of the same in ferrets.
> ...
> Dr Sue

Do you think testing of the tissue sample would be worthwhile? Would it show whether or not a heliobactor infection was present, since the stomach and intestines appeared normal?



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